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neonatal

of or relating to newborn children, esp in the first week of life and up to four weeks old

neonatal

[¦nē·ə′nād·əl]
(medicine)
Pertaining to a newborn infant.
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Teeth present at birth in a child are called natal teeth (NT) while, teeth appearing in 1-4 weeks after birth are referred to as neonatal teeth (NNT).
According to the classification proposed by Domingues-Cruz et al [9] Riga-Fede disease can be separated into the precocious type, caused by natal or neonatal teeth, and late disease, with onset after 6-8 months of age when the lower incisors erupt.
Ulceration of the ventral tongue as a result of tongue thrusting in infants with natal or neonatal teeth is referred to as Riga-Fede disease.
Gomide Mr; Prevalence Of Natal/ Neonatal Teeth In Cleft Lip And Palate Infants; Cleft Palate Craneofacial J.
In the event of neonatal teeth, which are teeth that erupt very early, Dr.
Other dental findings include neonatal teeth, serrated alveolar ridge, supernumerary frenula and pseudo cleft lip resulting from a hyperplastic midline frenum.
Neonatal teeth erupt during the first 30 days of life.

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